Rehab Bingo Review
Updated On Thursday 21st September 2017
New Player Offer: 200% Bonus
Microgaming wagering terms and conditions will apply
Rehab Bingo describes itself as Ireland's best loved bingo site. It started life on the Virtue Fusion platform, originally only targeting Irish players. However it soon opened up to The UK and at one point even featured Mary Byrne who appeared on The X Factor. In more recent times the site has moved to the Microgaming set up and become a sister site to Butlers Bingo!
The standard welcome offer for new players to Rehab Bingo is a 200% first deposit bonus. However, if you follow our Loquax link then you'll get an extra 100 free spins thrown in. Want more? Leave the splash page open for a short time and you might be offered 150 spins! Wagering terms do apply and for Rehab Bingo these are set at x5 for bingo and x40 for slots.
Play For Chips & Giggles
Compared to big brands like Gala and Mecca the rooms at Rehab are quite limited. You'll find 75 and 90 ball games in the likes of Chips & Giggles, Broadway Room, Speed Bingo, Spinner Room and Mad Hatters. The rooms are reasonably busy and you can play from a few pence per ticket.
In addition to bingo, Rehab offers a selection of slots and casino games. These include Lost Vegas, Immortal Romance, Mega Moolah, Lucky Twins, Avalon, Jurassic World, Jungle Jim and the delightfully titled Oink Country Love. The casino channel boasts video poker, roulette and blackjack.
Promotions are set in stone at Rehab Bingo. Among the offers are Grab A Grand, Bingo Blitz, Community Sunday and JPGot2Go. These all mainly relate to big jackpots that are networked on Butlers, Dotty and related sites. For prizes and other promos do follow Rehab on Facebook - at time of writing for example they were offering a week of free bingo as a prize!
When we reviewed Rehab Bingo back in 2012 they did used to host a Give Back Bingo game. This played every night with the chance to win £200 cash for you and another £200 for your charity. Sadly that game has long since finished but Rehab does continue to support good causes. According to the blurb on the site "a percentage of all funds raised go to provide much needed funds for the Rehab Group". We would like to see that aspect of Rehab Bingo given a bit more prominence!
We have to say that we preferred Rehab Bingo before it became a Microgaming brand. It stood out with it's charity games and Mary Byrne endorsement - there was even a room named after her. Now it's no different to Butlers with relatively little changing month to month and even year to year. We wouldn't quite say we don't want to go rehab but it's not our first choice destination.